会议地点: 葡萄牙 里斯本
会议时间: 2022年11月11-12日
行业: 肿瘤科会议




ABC全球联盟(ABC Global Alliance)成立于2016年,由欧洲肿瘤学院倡议发起成立,目前已在葡萄牙注册为非营利性协会,其宗旨是改善和延长全世界所有国家患有晚期乳腺癌(ABC)的女性和男性的生命,并为治愈而努力。ABC全球联盟是2011年开始召开的ABC晚期乳腺癌国际共识大会的工作的延续,负责ESO-ESMO晚期乳腺癌国际共识指南的管理制定及宣传工作。ABC指南或会议已得到其他几个国际肿瘤学组织的认可和支持,如,ESO(欧洲肿瘤学院),EONS(欧洲肿瘤护理学会),ESSO(欧洲肿瘤外科学会),欧洲癌症组织,AGO(妇科肿瘤学会),EUSOMA(欧洲乳腺癌专家协会),ESTRO(欧洲放射治疗与肿瘤学学会),UICC(国际抗癌联盟),SIS(乳腺国际学会)/ISS(国际乳腺学院),OECI(欧洲癌症研究所组织),BCRF(乳腺癌研究基金会)。

ABC6.5 - Advanced Breast Cancer International Consensus Conference - Special Edition

Date: 11-12 November 2022
Location: Lisboa, Portugal







Submission deadline: 17 May 2021

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Please note that all abstracts must relate to advanced (not early) breast cancer in order to be considered.
Abstracts will be assessed for presentation at the Conference, either oral or poster, or for publication in the ABC6 Abstract Book, supplement of The Breast.

The best abstracts will be selected for oral presentation within the programme with a 10-minute slide presentation followed by a 5-minute discussion slot.

The best abstracts oral presentations will be scheduled on Thursday, 4 November and poster presentations on Friday, 5 November.


  • Nursing
  • Patient Advocacy
  • Basic and translational research
  • Clinical issues: Medical oncology
  • Clinical issues: Radiation oncology
  • Clinical issues: Surgical oncology
  • Clinical issues: Supportive and palliative care
  • Clinical issues: Other topics



Dear Colleagues,

The ABC Consensus Conference has established itself as the major international conference for advanced Breast Cancer, and a forum for sharing best clinical practices, inform on the latest scientific updates in the field and, mainly, continue, over the editions, advancing on the goal of improving outcomes for all patients with advanced breast cancer.

The ABC consensus conference started as a pioneering initiative of ESO in 2011, and from the willingness to change the abandonment feelings from ABC patients. Its primary goal is the development of international consensus guidelines for the management of advanced breast cancer patients. These guidelines are based on the most up-to date evidence and can be used to guide treatment decision making in many different health care settings globally, with the necessary adaptations due to different access to care. Throughout the years, these guidelines have been endorsed by several international and European organizations, and several organizations around the world have been adapting them to their country specific environment, particularly in terms of accessibility.

The encouragement and positive feedback we have received from individual patients and professionals has emphasised the importance of this initiative and reinforced our belief that this effort must continue.

The powerful lobbying and advocacy efforts from the ABC Conference are now being taken further by the ABC Global Alliance, an independent non-profit multi-stakeholder organization dedicated exclusively to improve and extend the lives of women and men living with ABC worldwide. The ABC Global Alliance has now taken over the responsibility for the organization of the ABC Consensus Conference.

The last meeting, which took place in Lisbon, Portugal in November 2019, brought together 1.500 participants from 90 countries around the world, including health professionals, patient advocates and journalists. We strongly believe that health professionals working closely together with patient advocates and with the strong support of the media can raise awareness about the needs and challenges faced by this traditionally underserved and forgotten group of patients. ABC also aims to identify research priorities based on the most important areas of unmet needs, analyse and discuss available data to provide the most accurate management recommendations, as well as influence policy makers and funding bodies and ultimately improve standards of care, survival and quality of life. Research and education, with accurate usage of available knowledge, throughout the world, are key to achieve these goals.

At ABC6, all topics will be presented from the perspective of a multidisciplinary and multi-professional approach, from basic research to clinical implementation. The conference will again close with a consensus session where discussion will focus on updating the ABC guidelines.

It is my pleasure to invite you to join us at the Advanced Breast Cancer Sixth International Consensus Conference (ABC6) that will take place in Lisbon, Portugal, on 4-6 November 2021, and work with us to improve the lives of all ABC patients.

Fatima Cardoso, MD
Chair of ABC 6 and President of the ABC Global Alliance




Physicians, Industry and Policy makers € 250
Care Givers**
(Pharmacists, nurses, palliative care specialists, rehabilitation specialists, psychologists)
€ 150
(Epidemiologists, Scientists, Data Managers, Biostatisticians)
€ 150
Emerging Economies* € 75
Patient advocates** € 75
Students and Residents in Training*** € 75

* World Bank Rate: Applies to individuals from low and lower-middle-income economies according to the World Bank listing

 Registration may be carried out online at the top of this page providing the following documents by the deadline

Care givers and researchers:
curriculum vitae with full contact details

Patient advocates:
curriculum vitae or resume indicating their advocacy experience, role within the organisation and the full contact details of the patient advocate’s organisation

*** A letter from the Head of the Department is requested as a proof of the student status / resident in training


Cancellation should be notified to Abreu in writing. In case of cancellation without replacement, the fee minus EUR 50 for handling charges will be refunded within three months from the notification, provided that the cancellation is received by Abreu before 4 September 2021. Replacements will be possible until 4 October 2021.

Media registration

The Conference welcomes representatives of print and electronic media. Registration is free of charge to journalists who are in possession of a valid, recognised press card. Freelance journalists must present a commissioning letter on headed paper from a recognised news organisation or publication. Representatives of advertising, marketing and public relations companies are not eligible for free media registration. A copy of the Press Card or of the commissioning letter should be submited when making the registration online.


◆ 下次会议:2023年第7届ESO-ESMO晚期乳腺癌国际共识大会(ABC7)

会议对象: 医生、医院科室主任/副主任、住院医师、医院管理者、医护人员以及从事该领域研究的科学家、研究人员、医药企业代表等等。

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